The mission of the IJP is to promote due process and access to justice at all levels of the immigration and appellate court system, through the provision of high-quality pro bono legal services for those in immigration proceedings in San Diego. The IJP serves both detained and non-detained individuals, and recruits, trains and mentors volunteer attorneys and law students representing clients.
If you know someone who needs immigration assistance see Resources for the Public.
The ABA Immigration Justice Project regularly schedules trainings on various topics in Immigration Law. We offer a monthly introductory training on representing clients in removal proceedings. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Knowles at Elizabeth.Knowles@americanbar.org.
The IJP relies on dedicated pro bono attorneys and volunteers. We are always in need of:
All Immigration Justice Project attorneys are provided with technical assistance, including sample materials, an experienced immigration attorney mentor, and are invited to attend all IJP trainings.
To volunteer, or for more information, please contact Elizabeth Knowles at Elizabeth.Knowles@americanbar.org or 619/699-2931.